CBSE Introduce Virtual Inspection of Schools For Up-gradation Of Affiliation

CBSE Introduce Virtual Inspection of Schools For Up-gradation Of Affiliation

CBSE Introduce Virtual Inspection of Schools For Up-gradation Of Affiliation – To inspect schools for the “Up-gradation of Affiliation” the Central Board Of Secondary Education (CBSE) has recently introduce Virtual Inspection.

This introduction of Virtual Inspection was given by CBSE official on Thursday. Well, this inspection was planned to held before but due to this pandemic, it is delayed. But now, finally, CBSE announced announce about it.

Well, Mr. Anurag Tripathi who is the IRPS secretary of CBSE said that the inspection of schools for the “Up-gradation of Affiliation” be held physically. But due to this pandemic, CBSE has to take the step of Virtual inspection of schools.  

The inspection committees decided to conduct the inspection of schools for the “Up-gradation of Affiliation” within 10 days. Mr. Anurag Tripathi Said

Also, he said that “the schools which are already affiliated with the board and because of the growth of students in higher classes, every schools are facing hardship because of non-conduction of this inspection by CBSE.

This virtual Inspection will be done to “Upgrade to secondary and the senior secondary level of cases register up to session 20-21.

Conclusion

So, now finally Central Board For Secondary Education takes the decision and announce the school inspection for the “Up-gradation of Affiliation”. CBSE Introduce Virtual Inspection of Schools For Up-gradation Of Affiliation

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